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Project "CREDO Krajina" in Bosnia and Herzegovina enables the creation of 250 jobs.

Swedish Agency for International Development and Cooperation SIDA and Enterprise Development Agency EDA signed a contract in connection with the beginning of implementation of the project "CREDO Krajina" in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to EDA, "CREDO Krajina" is a project funded by SIDA and implemented by the Enterprise Development Agency EDA Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with the Association for the Development NERDA from Tuzla. Goal of the project is to improve the competitiveness of small and medium enterprises in the Krajina region, to create and sustain jobs, reduce poverty and improve the economic status of the area. The project should enable the creation of 250 new jobs and formalization or sustaining of up to 1,000 jobs in the companies/sectors covered by the project interventions. Furthermore, it is to facilitate vertical and horizontal coordination of policies directed towards small and medium sized businesses in the project area. Project duration is 30 months. Source: FIPA
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Date:Feb 27, 2013
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